Call of the Coastal Wolves

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The film “Call of the Coastal Wolves” follows a crew of filmmakers on a two-week journey in search of the elusive wolf. As we see these sensitive, caring animals who need more attention and respect, this short film urges us to consider our impact on the natural environment.

This nature mini-documentary follows the daily life of a wolf pack as they struggle to survive on Canada’s untamed west coast. Maxwel Hohn, an award-winning nature and wildlife cameraman and photographer, was part of the team that filmed “Call of the Coastal Wolves” alongside Tom McPherson of Seaforth Expeditions and Russell Clark of SeaProofTV.

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Photo Credit: Pacific Wild

Read The Scuba News Canada article on Tadpoles by Maxwel Hohn

A rare wolf species has evolved to feed on both land and sea, and it can be found on some of British Columbia’s most remote beaches. Sea Wolves are a rare breed of wolf that lives in the rainforests of Canada’s Pacific coast. Coastal wolves, genetically unique from their inland cousins and wolves from anywhere else on the planet, can swim like otters and fish like the bears they share the jungle with. These wolves are smaller than the gray wolves that reside on the other side of the Coast Mountains, but they are exceedingly intelligent and highly social.

Wolves have co-existed peacefully for thousands of years. They had a special relationship with the coastal First Nations, who revere the wolf as a sacred animal worthy of adoration and respect.

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Kathy is the owner of Kirk Scuba Gear, a passionate Scuba Diver, Ocean Advocate and Managing Editor of The Scuba News Canada

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